CGCC budget goes to Greene County Legislature
Aug 12, 2016 12:02 am
William J, Kemble reports in The Daily Freeman that Columbia-Greene Community College officials claim smaller graduating classes from local high schools and low unemployment figures mean enrollment rates are flay at the school. So the proposed $16.7 million 2016-17 budget is $900,000, or 5.11 percent, smaller. The Columbia County Board of Supervisors approved the budget last month, and it goes to the Greene County Legislature at a public hearing 6:25 p.m. Tuition increases by 4.57 percent under the proposal, a $96 increase for full-time students. Columbia County pays $2.91 million and Greene County kicks in $2.54 million under the proposal. Read the full story in The Daily Freeman.